Monthly Archives: April 2015

Facebook and cookies n milk journalism

Here’s a paragraph from an article on Digiday earlier today: On the PopSugar Moms Facebook page, PopSugar’s most popular page with nearly a million likes, most videos surpass 100,000 views. A few have cracked a million views.This video about milk-and-cookie shot … Continue reading

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Interesting reads (weekly)

Twitter and What Might Have Been | stratechery This analysis of Twitter’s shift from developer darling to standalone creator is a fascinating read. I remember the blog post alluded to in this article, and the shockwaves it caused about Twitter’s … Continue reading

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Interesting reads (weekly)

What Newspapers Don’t Know about Web Traffic Has Hurt Them Badly – But There is a Better Way – Shorenstein Center Research paper by Matthew Hindman into the regional news business in the US. Fascinating, frustrating and familiar… “Hindman’s research … Continue reading

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Interesting reads (weekly)

Facebook hosting doesn’t change things, the world already changed — Remains of the Day This… “…media ad experiences are awful. I wonder sometimes if folks at media companies ever try clicking their own links from within social media like Twitter … Continue reading

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